Britney Spears Return To Music: What We Know Including Elton John Duet
Britney Spears Return To Music: What We Know Including Elton John Duet


  • Britney Spears shared an NSFW snap on Instagram featuring her lying naked in a bathtub
  • Some users unfollowed Spears for her penchant for posting nude photos amid her sons' pleas to stop
  • Fans defended the singer and her desire to express her sexuality

Britney Spears did it again. The pop superstar shared another nude photo on social media over the weekend amid backlash to her NSFW posts.

Spears took to Instagram Sunday to post a photo of her lying naked in a bathtub. In the picture, she used her hands to cover her breasts and a pink flower emoji to censor her lady parts.

"I like to suck!!!" the "Toxic" singer wrote in the caption. "Never professional pics ... sucking comes easy for me !!! Keep clapping bitch!!!"

The post received mixed responses from social media users. Some defended the "Oops!...I Did It Again" singer, while others slammed Spears over the NSFW posts she's been sharing since being freed from her 13-year conservatorship in November last year.

"Unfollow. You're so far gone and so wrapped up in the drama and the weirdness and not healing. You need to heal...therapy...a new husband," one person commented.

"Judges don't just order conservatorships for no reason. It was to protect her. Now she is surrounded by 'yes men.' That is why this behavior is happening. I pray she makes it. My heart hurts for her and her children," another wrote.

However, a fan argued, "If I was told what to do for 13 years and I'm grown, 40, and newly free, I would express and talk about my sexuality too! Y'all act like men haven't been in control of how she expressed her body her whole entire life. Some of y'all post thirst traps for way fewer likes."

Lia Camargo also showed her support for Spears by sending the "Baby One More Time" hitmaker love.

"We are sending tons of LOVE for you and hoping this reaches your heart and soul," she wrote. "Everyone here is willing to see you, not as a celebrity or a raw 'free' person, but as someone that is clearly been taken care of by trustful friends because that's what you deserve. Millions of people LOVE you and wish you love, care and peace."

Spears' latest post came after her ex-husband Kevin Federline claimed that their two sons, Sean Preston, 17, and Jayden James, 16, chose "not to see her" because of her NSFW posts and have begged her to stop.

"I try to explain to them, 'Look, maybe that's just another way she tries to express herself,'" Federline, 44, told The Daily Mail earlier this year. "But that doesn't take away from the fact of what it does to them. It's tough. I can't imagine how it feels to be a teenager having to go to high school."

Spears' husband Sam Asghari defended her following Federline's interview.

"My wife has never posted a nude selfie except [for] her butt [which] is quite modest these days. All other posts were implied nudity [which] can be seen in any ad for lotion or soap," the fitness instructor said at the time.

Spears also clapped back at Federline and their sons by sharing a nude photo via Twitter in October after she deleted her Instagram.

"I have a premiere for a movie this week, 'THE LEGISLATIVE ACT OF MY P—Y'!!!!" she captioned the post.

Britney Spears’ Post-Conservatorship Timeline: Kevin Federline Drama & More
Britney Spears’ Post-Conservatorship Timeline: Kevin Federline Drama & More